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Banks Pay Big Bucks for Top Billing on College Campuses

Banks Pay Big Bucks for Top Billing on College Campuses

Since the new year, schools have to post details of the payments they get from their banking partners, as well as the number of student accounts and fees.

Published 4 months ago

Catalan separatists look to ditch Puigdemont

Catalan separatists look to ditch Puigdemont

Move to ‘sacrifice’ regional president follows court ban on ‘rule by Skype’

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The dangers of digital democracy

The dangers of digital democracy

Personalising products and services using data streams challenges liberal democracy

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GOP Lawmakers Warn Trump Not to Fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller

GOP Lawmakers Warn Trump Not to Fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller

Republican lawmakers warned President Donald Trump against firing special counsel Robert Mueller, in the wake of reports last week that the president considered dismissing him in June.

Published 4 months ago

Do School Vouchers Work? Milwaukee’s Experiment Suggests an Answer

Do School Vouchers Work? Milwaukee’s Experiment Suggests an Answer

A Wall Street Journal analysis of the school system’s 27-year-old program suggests the concept works best when private institutions limit the number of public students. Most of the city’s voucher schools don’t do that.

Published 4 months ago

Political concerns push out Nafta talks deadline

Political concerns push out Nafta talks deadline

Trade negotiations complicated by looming elections in Mexico, Canada and the US

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Aramco IPO Stalled by Indecision Over Where to List

Aramco IPO Stalled by Indecision Over Where to List

Two years after Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said he intended to turn Saudi Arabia’s state-owned oil producer into the world’s largest public company, the kingdom and its advisers remain stuck on the crucial question of which exchange to choose.

Published 4 months ago

Sen. Marco Rubio Fires Chief of Staff Over Improper Conduct Allegations

Sen. Marco Rubio Fires Chief of Staff Over Improper Conduct Allegations

Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio said he had fired his chief of staff after learning of allegations of improper conduct.

Published 4 months ago

Roger Federer Again? It’s Getting Crazy.

Roger Federer Again? It’s Getting Crazy.

Last year we were calling this a Roger Federer revival. But it isn’t a revival anymore, writes Jason Gay. It’s a whole new chapter—Federer re-writing the rules for what’s possible for an aging player in Open-era men’s singles.

Published 4 months ago

Dollar weakness driven by monetary policy after all

Dollar weakness driven by monetary policy after all

Dollar has weakened in face of Fed tightening but ‘puzzle’ explained by expectations about ECB policy

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Intel Warned Chinese Companies of Chip Flaws Before U.S. Government

Intel Warned Chinese Companies of Chip Flaws Before U.S. Government

In initial disclosures about critical security flaws discovered in its processors, Intel notified a small group of customers, including Chinese technology companies, but left out the U.S. government, according to people familiar with the matter and some of the companies involved.

Published 4 months ago

Wall Street to Vanguard: We’re Not Your Doormat Anymore

Wall Street to Vanguard: We’re Not Your Doormat Anymore

Wall Street is fighting back against Vanguard Group. Large financial firms including Fidelity Investments, TD Ameritrade and Morgan Stanley have all made changes to their fees or product lineups that make it more expensive for some customers to invest in Vanguard’s funds.

Published 4 months ago